Countywide & Sun - Pottawatomie County's ONLY locally owned Newspaper. Connecting you to the community where you live, work & play!

Articles from the September 17, 2020 edition

Sorted by date  Results 1 - 25 of 27



County Closes Courthouse To Public

The county courthouse is closed to the public after three test positive for COVID-19. Commissioner...

 

Pottawatomie Power Polls Closed

Fifty-eight Pottawatomie County leaders have been nominated as the most powerful and influential in...

 
 By Alex Sloan    News    September 17, 2020

Bethel Focuses On Finances

The Bethel School Board focused on the finances this week, approving a number of expenditures from...

 

Property Prompts Executive Session For Tecumseh

Discussions regarding the purchase or appraisal of property prompted an executive session by the...

 

Shawnee Teacher Turnover Low

Teacher turnover is lower than last year in Shawnee Public Schools, but the makeup of the...

 

Salvador Dali's Art On Display At Mabee-Gerrer

The Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art opened the exhibit Salvador Dali's "Stairway to Heaven:...

 

On A Roll

Is Tecumseh on a roll? It certainly looks that way... pandemic or no pandemic. As far as the city...

 

Abandoned Puppy Parcels Try His Patience

I think we can all agree that other people are the worst, but that gives us no excuse to perpetuate...

 

Is Our Nation Heading Into A Train Wreck?

EDITOR Countywide & Sun: I once believed our great nation was heading toward a metaphorical...

 

Julie Blackstone Show 'Fibers' At OBU Closes Tomorrow

The Oklahoma Baptist University Division of Art and Design invites the community to enjoy a special...

 

Senate Review

The COVID-19 pandemic has increased the rhetoric among national and state politicians that...

 

Gateway Awarded $250,000 For Food Insecurity Project

The Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET) Board of Directors recently approved funding for...

 

WWII Vet Finally Accounted For

The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) announced that Navy Fireman 1st Class James C. Webb,...

 

Jean Ann James

Jean Ann James, longtime resident of Shawnee, died Sept. 8, 2020. She was born in Shawnee,...

 

Pamela Jeannette (Combs) Guffey

Pamela Jeannette (Combs) Guffey died Sept. 8, 2020, in Shawnee, OK ,at the age of 62. Graveside serv...

 

Free Flu Shots For Seniors Next Week

ATTENTION SENIORS! Free flu shots will be given at the Golden Age Center in Tecumseh on Thursday,...

 

State Launches REAL ID Website

The Department of Public Safety has launched a new website to help Oklahomans better understand how...

 

Bethel Day Of Friends Canceled

For sixteen years, there has been a gathering of friends at the Bethel Community Center, but not...

 

Rate Increase Coming For PCDA Customers

Bethel Acres rural water customers will see a rate increase on their water bills in November. That...

 

Bethel Wins 28-22 In Overtime Thriller

The old adage about "ya gotta have teamwork to make the dream work" would describe the 2020 Bethel f...

 

Lady Savages Undefeated In The Tecumseh-Dale Tourny

The Lady Savages were on fire on the diamond last week as they went undefeated and won the...

 

SHS Wolves Lose 34-13 To McAlester After Ardmore Cancels

The Ardmore Tigers notified Shawnee last Wednesday that they had to cancel the non-district game due...

 

Tecumseh Savages Celebrate Senior Night With A 21-19 Win

After an opening week road loss, the Tecumseh Savages got a tough win at home over Lone Grove last...

 

$5.5 Million In County CARES Act Funds Available

Cities and towns throughout Pottawatomie County were allocated a total of $5,590,012 in CARES Act...

 

Bethel Takes On Little Axe In Home Opener, Kickoff At 7 pm

As it turns out, the Aug. 20 scrimmage at Elmore City was more valuable than it seemed. A month...

 

Page Down

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2020